50+ AND SENIORS' GYMS

01.04.2021

HUR Australia Webinar: Muscles and mobility matter - Lessons from research to inform practice

WHY AND HOW TO BEST LOOK AFTER YOUR MUSCULAR HEALTH

As the lockdowns and restrictions have been causing inactivity, especially among the elderly population, muscle weakness and related issues have increased. When the global restrictions started in 2020, HUR Australia wanted to share the best possible ways to remain healthy.

The first webinar in April was the beginning of a series that brought together 12 speakers, all experts in their fields. The webinars provided a wealth of knowledge that reached more than a thousand people in 18 countries, with a continuous increase of views also on our YouTube channel.

With the great interest and success of the webinars, we wanted to continue these important conversations. We listened to the feedback from our audience - the webinars now have a larger focus on each speaker and are also shorter in length.

We would like to cordially invite you to this free webinar to be held on the April 29th, 2021

Muscles and mobility matter - Lessons from research to inform practice

We are pleased to present our first webinar of 2021 on the topic of muscle loss, Sarcopenia. Sarcopenia is equally (if not more) important as osteoporosis, yet still often misdiagnosed and poorly treated. Our speakers have experience in research, clinical guidelines, clinical practice, and “tricks of the trade”.  

Professor Robin Daly, Chair of Exercise and Ageing at Deakin University, Melbourne, has had a keen focus on osteoporosis and sarcopenia for decades and is an active national and international contributor of clinical guidelines in the area.

Richelle Street is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist at Blue Care in Brisbane, Australia, with over nine years of clinical working experience in Aged Care.

For more information on the topics, speakers and to register click here: 
HUR Australia Webinars.

Date: Thursday April 29th Time: 2-3 pm AEST

Registration: CLICK HERE to register for this free webinar.